After a disappointing end to Nathan Drake’s story in Uncharted 4, The Lost Legacy puts Chloe Frazer at the centre and the series back on track
On first impressions, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy probably won’t reach the lofty heights of Uncharted 2, but it’s the best game since.
We’ve got a copy of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy to give away, and we want to see your best cat-themed interpretation of Naughty Dog’s new game!
Naughty Dog’s new trailer for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy further drives home my cautious optimism that it’ll make up for Uncharted 4’s failings.
2016 was an amazing year for games, but 2017 looks even better. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Dragon Quest XI, and Persona 5 are just a few of the highlights.
The Uncharted comic has all the action, all the laughs, and all the character that makes Uncharted great, and none of Uncharted 4’s gloomy manfeels.
On a technical and mechanical level, Uncharted 4 is the best Uncharted yet, by a country mile. But in terms of what is really the core of Uncharted – story and character – Uncharted 4 is disappointingly shallow.